So that you can better understand what the expression is, we read the conversation between Rani, Bianca, Meka and Tasya. They will discuss the decoration of their class. There are, however, similarities and differences between them. Let`s see. Agreement and disagrement is an English expression used to disagree on an issue and how we react to a person`s statement. In English, there are several options or phrases that can be used to express agreed or not. Here are some expressions (expressions) match and do not agree that you can use. Do you understand the team? It`s not difficult, is it? From now on, try to express something of consent or disapproval in English with your friends at school. If you need more explanations and practical questions to improve your skills, you can use the learning space! There are animated videos and training questions that make #BelajarJadiMudah. Kader, everyone must have their own brilliant ideas and ideas, because each head has its own thoughts, whether equal or different from others. So if we have an idea or an opinion, we need to talk to others.
Whether they agree with us or not. Well, in English, it`s commonly referred to as „agreement“ and „disagreement“ for disagreements or expression of agreement and disagreement. Bianca: Yes, it`s true. Do you hear that, Meka? I think that is wrong. (In my opinion, that`s not true). Ani: I`m fine, too. By the way, what about your vacation? Well, what Bianca just said was an expression that expressed disapproval and was used in informal situations when you told others that you did not agree with them. They think what they have said is absurd. Other similar expressions: Ani: I`m fine too. By the way, what about your vacation? Dina: I agree with you.
Unfortunately, our neighbourhood is less concerned about the development of these places. That`s for sure! Your point is good. (yes) Your idea is good.) Bianca: If you say that, but I`m not confident enough to present this idea in class. I`m not sure what his idea was. (I don`t know what he`s talking about) You can also express your disapproval directly by using the following phrase: from the above dialogue, Fahri made a statement that „the government plans to increase electricity bills next month.“ The king also spoke about the consequences of the increase in the electricity bill, namely the increase in the number of poor. The testimony of the king is one of the effects of the expression that leads to disapproval. The choice of the right answer to respond to the king`s declaration of disapproval lies in the choice of the answer (A). I can`t wait to see what you said, but I like it.
(I`m curious what you`re saying, but I like it.) What Bianca has just said is an expression that expresses consent and is used when one agrees with a person`s opinion, but is not necessarily sure that you are sure or that you do not like it. Here are other phrases that can be used. I am sorry. I think you`re wrong.